Celebrating Hispanic culture at the 3 Kings Day Parade!

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EAST HARLEM, MANHATTAN (PIX11)– Camels, sheep, kings and kids marched down Dyckman Street on Sunday to celebrate the First Annual “River to River 3 Kings Day” Parade. The event drew in hundreds of spectators. The eight live animals are a tradition among the Hispanic community. They signify the beginning of a new year.  At the end of the parade elected officials, community leaders, adults and children enjoyed hot chocolate, apple cider and snacks.